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First, quoting the entire content of a previous post. This is pretty well self explanatory.

 

1. Click "Quote" and start typing your reply, basically.

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2. Post your reply below the text within the quotes. Then, click "Submit Reply".

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Parrothead

Quoting only selected text of an entire previous post.

 

1. Highlight the text you wish to quote, then click "Quote this".

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2. Post your reply below the selected text within the quotes. Then, click "Submit Reply".

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